We Got It All Wrong: death and grief, heaven and hell and mental illness
What is life like after physical death?
Can it really be a simple heaven or hell? Our life on Earth is complex so perhaps heaven or hell are equally complex. Where does our soul journey before, during, and after our physical life? Is there really a life before this one? Beverly’s exploration of her own soul’s journey offers surprising possible answers.
When she discovered her dear friend had passed on, Beverly’s intense grief triggered a psychic awakening that opened her to unexpected interactions with ghosts, crossed spirits, spirit guides, and souls trapped in their own personal hells.
With the help of psychic medium Kym McBride, Beverly’s extraordinary journey through mental wards led to the revelation of answers to the unknown enigma of the journey of all souls. More specifically for Beverly, she uncovered answers to mysteries in her family history, including her mother’s suicide.
Both women are challenged throughout to explore their own beliefs, many which they were unaware they held. These same beliefs were covert motivators to how they viewed and interacted in the world. This book invites you to experience the journey as it unfolds and bear witness to how beliefs held by many are so wrong.
Review from Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards
WE GOT IT ALL WRONG: DEATH AND GRIEF, HEAVEN AND HELL, AND MENTAL ILLNESS by Hafemeister and McBride is helpful for anyone, but especially for those in grief. Working through a journey of discovery with these two authors, the reader can re-assess and re-evaluate beliefs about the afterlife, which can affect how the reader sees, lives in, and responds to the world today. Readers will be comforted to learn that everyone has much invisible, spiritual support and protection. It’s compelling to read the two authors interacting. I was also interested to learn from Kym as a professional. I didn’t know much, about soul fragments, for instance. The glossary in the back of the book was helpful. For example, the idea that there is record of every thought, action, motivation, and everything else about every soul that ever existed is stored in a huge database is almost too much to grasp. I like the beautiful cover. I notice this is BOOK ONE and so readers will know to look for Kym’s next book. She mentioned how to find her on the Internet, so that’s great for her fans. Kym has gotten many endorsements from authorities, which is a plus. The back cover copy draws in anyone seeking to know more about the afterlife. I’ll admit, the small black print used for the endorsements here was hard for me to read. Inside, I love the author bio. What a hoot! Overall, a great entry into the genre! Kudos!
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